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No More Torpor: An Immersive Artistic Experience

By GWYNNE DULANEY, Staff Writer Whether caught up in the whirlwind of midterms or slogging through the monotony of daily life, sometimes what Bi-Co students really need is to take a step back and enjoy their surroundings. No More Torpor is a new club dedicated to immersing students into the unexpected and whimsical through the… Keep Reading

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Professor in View: Leigh Campoamor, Anthropology

By KATE HAWTHORNE Photo from Muhlenberg College Website  This year the Anthropology Department welcomes a new visiting professor – Professor Leigh Campoamor, who received her PhD in cultural anthropology from Duke University in 2012. After receiving her degree, Campoamor began a two-year postdoctoral teaching fellowship at Duke in the International Comparative Studies Program. She has… Keep Reading

Bryn Mawr/Features/Haverford

Cities Workshop Offers Insight for the Future

By William Herzog, in collaboration with Cities Professors Jennifer Hurley and Gary McDonogh Over thirty students, professors, alumnae/ni, and even a parent of a prospective student gathered on the morning of Saturday, April 8 in Thomas Great Hall to discuss the Growth and Structure of Cities department and its alignment for the future. Titled the… Keep Reading

Bryn Mawr/Features/Travel

Traveling Solo: One Student’s Experience in Cuba

By Sophie Webb A zest for exploration, discovery, and adventure is a quality that many Mawrters and Haverfordians share, along with a desire for independence. While Bryn Mawr and Haverford provide many academic and extracurricular opportunities for exploration and travel, Isabell Gerbig, BMC ‘19, decided to strike out on her own, spending a week of… Keep Reading

Features/Haverford

Everything-Free Zone: Living with an Allergy

By CHLOE LINDEMAN, Co-Editor-in-Chief Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the classic American lunchtime staple. The combination of sweet and salty seems to have won over a large percentage of the population, including those at Haverford College — the Dining Center goes through a whopping 70 pounds of peanut butter a week. But what happens… Keep Reading

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